ESPN will be airing a new documentary exploring the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong.

The two-part show is one of ESPN’s 30 for 30 series and will air at 9 p.m. ES. on May 30th and June 6th. The show will also be available on demand on the ESPN Player.

‘LANCE’ is a two-part, four-hour film that documents the Texan’s rapid rise to fame in his early career, his battles with cancer, his Tour de France titles, and, of course, his dramatic fall.

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“Armstrong, along with a collection of teammates, friends, rivals, and journalists, all reflect on his story, creating a fascinating character study, capturing a unique chapter of sports history, and insisting the audience make its own interpretations about the many different sides of a complex saga,” reads ESPN’s description of the show.

The trailer features Armstrong, former-teammate George Hincapie, and former USA Cycling boss Derek Bouchard-Hall. The trailer signs off with Armstrong’s words.

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